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Yankuba Jallow

Yankuba Jallow

I am a courts and crime reporting specialist. I am a 3rd year law student pursuing a degree in LLB. I was born on the 30th July 1996 in Sibanor. I am a graduate from Nusrat Senior Secondary School and I also hold a level one certificate in CAT.

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Articles : 107
Since : 25/04/2018

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Soldiers want their Sentences to be quashed

Soldiers want their Sentences to be quashed

8 soldiers who were convicted on treason, mutiny and other crimes in their appeal before the Gambia Court of Appeal want their conviction by the court-martial to be invalidated. The 12 soldiers were convicted on Treason, Incitement to mutiny, Failure to report mutiny, Conspiracy to commit mutiny and Endeavour to persuade members of the Armed Forces
Court Refuses to Grant Bail to Ex-Minister of Local Government & Lands

Court Refuses to Grant Bail to Ex-Minister of Local Government & Lands

Justice Ebrima Jaiteh of the Banjul High Court has on Monday refused and dismissed the bail application made by Counsel A. Sisoho on behalf of Yankuba Touray, an erstwhile Minister of Local Government and Lands. “The application for bail is hereby refused and accordingly dismissed,” the Judge ruled. Justice Jaiteh held that the law is very clea
Court-Martial Convicts 6 on Treason, Other Felonious Charges

Court-Martial Convicts 6 on Treason, Other Felonious Charges

The panel of the Court-Martial in the trial of 12 personnel of the Gambia Armed Forces has on Friday 24th May convicted 8 on several offences including treason and other felonious charges. The court-martial convicted 6 soldiers and officers on treason, 6 on incitement to mutiny, 8 on failure to report mutiny, 8 on conspiracy to commit mutiny, and 6
Sedition Trial: Former Lawmaker Continues Defense

Sedition Trial: Former Lawmaker Continues Defense

A former lawmaker for Banjul, Honourable Abdoulie Saine has continued with his defence on Friday with regards to his criminal trial on his charges on seditious intention and incitement to violence. Abdoulie Saine is standing trial for allegedly realizing a WhatsApp on 2nd November 2018 in the City of Banjul, without Lawful excuse and with intent to

Court to Rule on Yankuba Touray’s Bail Application on Murder

The Banjul High Court presided over by Justice Ebrima Jaiteh will on Monday rule on the bail application made by Yankuba Touray who is facing a charge with murder. Touray is charged with the murder of ex-Secretary of States for Finance, Ousman Koro Ceesay, who was alleged to have been murdered sometime in June 1995 with the use of pestles like obje

Press Union Blames Government for not fulfilling their Promises

The Gambia Press Union (GPU) in its State of Press Freedom Report 2017 and 2018 has faulted the Government of the Gambia in many ways including their failure to fulfill their promises with regards to freedom of the press. The Government of The Gambia has on Friday conceded to the State of Press Freedom report by the Gambia Press Union (GPU). The GP
Pa Modou Bojang Sues Police, Claims for 15 Million Dalasis Damage

Pa Modou Bojang Sues Police, Claims for 15 Million Dalasis Damage

Pa Modou Bojang, the Chief Executive Officer of the Home Digital Fm has instituted a suit against the Gambia Police Force, Ministry of Interior and the Attorney General claiming for fifteen million dalasis as damages he incurred from the alleged police assault on him during the Faraba Incident. Bojang, is claiming for this sum as damages for assaul
High Court Refuses to Send Yankuba Touray’s Case to Supreme Court

High Court Refuses to Send Yankuba Touray’s Case to Supreme Court

Justice Ebrima Jaiteh of the High Court has refused the suggestion of the Attorney-General to stay the murder trial of Yankuba Touray while the matter is being referred to the Supreme Court for interpretation of the immunity claim Touray has made. Touray was a long-serving member of the defunct AFPRC and APRC governments holding different portfolio

CORRUPTION IN THE GAMBIA

The birth of the new Gambia inculcated great hopes on Gambians that it will be the birth of strong and independent institution to fortify democracy and the rule of law. IN THE NEW GAMBIA, WE HAVE WITNESS SERIES OF ALLEGATIONS WITH REGARDS TO CORRUPTION BUT WILL GO UNINVESTIGATED AS IF THE GOVERNMENT IS NOT AWARE/INTERESTED. The Gambia, unlike other